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Dutch is a West Germanic language (like English and German) spoken by about 22 million people, mostly in the Netherlands, Belgium and Suriname. Dutch is the parent language of several creole languages as well as of Afrikaans, spoken in South Africa and Namibia. It is also an official language of the Netherlands Antilles, and an official language of several international organisations.
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Dutch > English: 13,031 words
English > Dutch: 9,971 words
Last update: October 28, 2001
First upload: 1997
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